Macaroni Grill's Bread

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2hrs 10mins
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  • In a medium/large bowl, mix yeast with warm water. Wait five minutes.
  • Add the sugar, flour, salt, and oil. Knead until light.
  • Add herbs and pepper. Knead into dough until blended.
  • Place dough in well oiled bowl and allow to rise for 1 hour. After one hour, punch dough down and let rise for another 30 minutes.
  • Place on baking sheet in a loaf shape. Sprinkle top with a bit of salt and rosemary.
  • Bake at 370 F for about 25-35 minutes, or until top is golden.
  • Note: Inside may seem a bit doughy when cut at first, but as long as the top is golden and hard your fine.
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  1. CJAY8248
    I've never had food from Macaroni Grill so I can't compare it. We really enjoyed it! I used the dough cycle on the bread machine, then formed the loaf and let it rise. It was perfectly baked to a lovely golden color after 35 minutes. We liked the flavor and thought the salt sprinkle and extra rosemary made for a great taste. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC 2011.
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  2. TexasKelly
    We thought this was good, but we didn't think it tasted like the bread at Macaroni Grill. Their bread is more crisp on the outside and this bread seemed to be very soft. It still however was very tasty and went with our meal very well. Thanks for posting the recipe.
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  3. Mymzi
    Thank you for posting this recipe!! You are right, it tastes EXACTLY like Macaroni Grill's bread. I cheated, though, by using frozen bread dough -- just added the spice to the dough, kneaded it in, let it rise, and baked. I can't even express how good this was. Good thing I made two loaves, because the first one is GONE! Thanks again, it completely took my meal over-the-top.
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  4. Dancer in the Kitch
    I found this at Ehow.com and I promise you it is EXACTLY like the original.
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